Source: Office of Scientific R&D, and Institute for Environment and Climate Research of JNU
Authors: Yang Xiaoxiao, Liu Hong;
The project launch meeting and implementation seminar on PM2.5 Comprehensive Ozone Control Technology and Targeted Implementation Demonstration in the Pearl River Delta, a JNU national key research and development program led by Prof. Zheng Junyu of the Institute for Environment and Climate Research, was held in Guangzhou on Dec. 13.
The project is intended to achieve innovative research results by implementing the main line mechanism causes-key technologies-platform demonstration-solutions, according to the technical requirements for continuous improvement of air quality in the Pearl River Delta area. A fine control system for PM2.5 and ozone pollution in the area will be formed, providing scientific and technological support for the optimization of energy structure-industrial structure upgrading-achieving World Health Organization II target value of PM2.5 and ozone under multi-objective constraints. The project will also demonstrate the continuous improvement of air quality in other key urban agglomerations in China and foreign countries.
(JNU Vice President Hong An and Prof. Zheng issuing appointment letters to experts)
(Prof. Zheng reporting on the project)
As chief scientist in the national key research project, Zheng becomes the second professor from the institute, after Prof. Wang Xuemei, to receive key and special support for Study on the Cause and Control Technology of Air Pollution. The project is an important achievement in the construction of a high-level university and the Double First-Class discipline of JNU. It also provides intellectual support for the comprehensive prevention and control of the atmospheric environment in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area.
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